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Amaal: Was In Extreme Bad Health When I Composed Kar Gayi Chul

In a recent interview conversation, noted bollywood music composer who is son of Dabboo Malik and elder brother of Armaan Malik, Amaal says was in extreme bad health when I composed Kar Gayi Chul.

The music composer and singer whose recent song Kya Kiya Tune from TV czarina Ekta Kapoor’s Broken But Beautiful 3 streaming on Alt Balaji is making huge waves and also creating a lot of buzz everywhere. So in his latest interview chat with a leading digital entertainment portal, Amaal says was in extreme bad health when I composed Kar Gayi Chul.

Opening up about the phase and the time when he composed the musical foot tapping chartbuster bollywood hit song Kar Gayi Chul from Karan Johar’s Kapoor And Sons (2016), Amaal says was in extreme bad health when I composed Kar Gayi Chul.

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Revealing about how it is sometimes also really difficult for an artist to compose music and also deliver at times when he is going through an immense emotional turmoil, Amaal says was in extreme bad health when I composed Kar Gayi Chul.

Amaal Malik is a noted and iconic bollywood music composer / singer who doesn’t believe in holding back from his opinions and in his recent candid conversational interview with a leading digital entertainment portal off late in lieu of his latest released song Kya Kiya Tune from Alt Balaji’s Broken But Beautiful 3, this multi-talented artiste and ace composer opened up on his entire journey till now.

When he was asked that how at a time like this when all are going through multitude of emotions, do the artistes deliver as show must go on even when nothing is correct in their life, the 30 years old singer Amaal revealed about how he had to create and compose a peppy party number Kar Gayi Chul for ace producer Karan Johar’s hit film Kapoor And Sons (2016) during his lowest phase and opening up on it, he said, “Bhaut mushkil hai. Maine mere life ke ek bahut hi serious time par Kar Gayi Chul banaya tha. I was going through a bad health phase, doston se, mummy-papa se ladaiyan ho rahi thi, studio jaane ka mann nahi karta tha. I was doing 16 films in a year, I was frustrated at the age of 25, thakk gaya tha main. Uss time mera mann tha to write a song about my journey, something like ilahi but I was asked to make Naache Hai Dilli, Hile Hai London, ab kya karein? Kabhi kabhi gaano ka naseeb hota hai, jo banna hota hai woh bann jatte hai, sahi log judte hai toh gaana achcha bann jaata hai”.

Also when questioned about that does he ever practice restrain when it comes down to composing, writing, or singing his songs so that he does not over expose himself to the world, Amaal shared, “Mere sab gaane mere zindagi mein hui cheezon ke baare mein hai. I relate to Kaun Tujhe because I have felt that with someone. People should not hide their emotions but at the same time, I have never let my emotions overflow to a point that they distract me from the film’s script”.

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